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Date: 14 Feb 2009 15:20:09
From: samsloan
Subject: The USCF's Lawsuit Problem
What about the fact that the USCF has been in existence for 70 years?

For 68 of those years, there was no significant or material litigation
involving the USCF.

For the last one and a half years the USCF has been mired in lawsuits.
There are seven lawsuits at last count and more rumored to be on the
way.

It can be demonstrated that our current president provoked every one
of those lawsuits. In addition, he tried to provoke another lawsuit
which did not materialize.

I wonder why he is running for re-election. I fail to understand why
anybody would vote for him.

Sam Sloan




 
Date: 14 Feb 2009 20:24:02
From: help bot
Subject: Re: The USCF's Lawsuit Problem
On Feb 14, 6:20=A0pm, samsloan <samhsl...@gmail.com > wrote:

> It can be demonstrated that our current president provoked every one
> of those lawsuits.


Okay Mr. Sloan, since you aren't busy tonight,
go ahead and demonstrate it for us. Show us
how each and every one of the current lawsuits
was "provoked". You've got all night on this
February the 14th, and nothing better to do.


-- help bot




 
Date: 14 Feb 2009 20:00:18
From: The Historian
Subject: Re: The USCF's Lawsuit Problem
On Feb 14, 6:20=A0pm, samsloan <samhsl...@gmail.com > wrote:
> What about the fact that the USCF has been in existence for 70 years?
>
> For 68 of those years, there was no significant or material litigation
> involving the USCF.

Labate vs USCF and Whitaker vs USCF weren't "significant?"

> For the last one and a half years the USCF has been mired in lawsuits.
> There are seven lawsuits at last count and more rumored to be on the
> way.
>
> It can be demonstrated that our current president provoked every one
> of those lawsuits. In addition, he tried to provoke another lawsuit
> which did not materialize.
>
> I wonder why he is running for re-election. I fail to understand why
> anybody would vote for him.
>
> Sam Sloan